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Red Badgro. Played with Seattle in 1933 and St. Louis Browns in 1929-30. NFL Hall of Famer. Sharpie signature. Noted HOF. d. 1998 $15

Maywood Belcher. Played with Sacramento in 1936. Played with Rochester in 1935. Played with Asheville (Peidmont League) for 4 seasons, winning 20 games in 1937. Pencil signature. d. 2001 $25

Fern "Danny" Bell. Played with Hollywood, Oakland and LA from 1934-43. Played with Pittsburgh Pirates in 1939-40. Large bold pencil signature. Very reclusive after playing career. d. 2000 $25

Henry Bonetti. Played with Seattle from 1935-38. Pencil signature. d. 1989 $25

Larry Dihel. Played with Portland in 1930, his final year in pro ball. Fountain pen signature. $25

Charlie Falk. Played with Seattle from 1929-31. I believe he's Bibb Falk's brother. Bold pencil signature. d. 1973 $30

Elbert "Al" Fisch. Played with Seattle and Oakland from 1929-34. Bold pencil signature. d. 1963 $45

Denny Galehouse. Played with Seattle in 1949-50. Pitched 15 years in big leagues. d. 1998. $15

Jack Glynn. Led PCL in at bats and triples with Oakland in 1936. Bold pencil signature. d. 1974 $25

Andy Harrington. Long time minor leaguer played 2nd base with Seattle in 1934-35. Batted .299 with 100 runs in 1934. Played with New Orleans 1929-33. Played in Pacific Northwest last 7 years of career. Pencil signature. d. 1979. $25

Lee Head. Played with Sacramento in 1936. Played over 20 years in minor leagues. Enjoyed successful stints with Montreal (1928-32) and Knoxville (1932-35). Played 4 decades in minor leagues (1910's-40's). Pencil signature. d. 1965. $35

Ad Liska. Played with Portland from 1936-49. Won 198 games with Portland. Also played with the Washington Senators and Philadelphia Phillies from 1928-33. d. 1998 $15

Emil Mailho. Played in PCL from 1931-45 with Oakland and San Francisco. d. 2007 $15

Eddie Mayo. Played with Los Angeles from 1938-42. Won World Series with Detroit in 1945. d. 2008 $15

Herman Michael. Played with Seattle from 1934-38. Batted .319 in 1935. Pencil signature. d. 1958 $45

Frank Morehouse. Played with Sacramento and Hollywood from 1936-40. Pencil signature. d. 1981 $25

Steve Peek. Played with Seattle in 1948. World Series Champion in 1941 with Yankees. d. 1991 $15

Homer Peel. Played in PCL in 1941. Played in 1933 World Series with Giants. d. 1997 $15

Ben Sankey. Played with Mission and Portland in 1932-33. d. 2001 $15

Irv Stein. Played with Los Angeles in 1944. Won 148 games during pro career from 1930-46. d. 1981 $15

Bob Sturgeon. PCL career spanned from 1938-52 with Sacramento, Seattle and Los Angeles. Also had excellent major league career, mostly with the Chicago Cubs. d. 2007 $10

Jim Turner. Played with Hollywood in 1930-32 and was 21-9 in 1930. Had outstanding major league career. Won 20 games as a 33 year old rookie with the Boston Braves in 1938, was an All-Star in 1939 and was a World Series Champion in 1940 with the Cincinnati Reds and 1943 with Yankees. Played 24 professional seasons (1923-46) and pitched with the Yankees until he was 42 years old. d. 2014 $15

Bob Usher. Played with LA and San Diego from 1952-56. d. 2014 $10

Edo Vanni. Played with Seattle from 1938-50. d. 2007 $15

Al Vermeer. 1930's-40's Bay Area sportswriter & sports cartoonist before launching a well known career as creator of Priscilla's Pop daily and Sunday nationally syndicated cartoon. d. 1980 $20

Aldon "Lefty" Wilkie. Played with San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle and Hollywood from 1938-48. d. 1992. $15

Eddie "Cy" Williams. Personalized and noted "Detroit scout". Played in the minor leagues from 1935-43 then became a major league scout for 45 years signing 43 future major league players. d. 2006 $15

Dewey Williams. Played 21 years professionally. Played with LA in 1946 and Seattle in 1950. d. 2000 $15

Zeke Zarilla. Played with Seattle Hollywood and San Diego in 1954-55. Had excellent big league career. d. 1996 $15

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